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    United States should not require citizens to perform one year of community service by the age of 30. Mandatory service would make it unfair to the ones who start successfully early in their lives. People would then have to worry about what would happen if they did not finish their mandatory service before the required age.Like the passage states, " How would the government ensure that each person completes one full year of community service?" Some people have busy schedules and can't…

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    For my Service Learning Project, I volunteered at All Faith Community Services Food Bank and Resource Center. This agency is a non-profit organization who aims to serve low-income families in Buckeye, Arizona. There are multiple parts of this organization which makes it a great place for low-income families to go when they are in need of help. All Faith Community Services operates a food bank which serves anywhere between seventy and ninety people (families) a day. Once a month a family can…

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    MID PLACEMENT REPORT Family and Community Services (FACS) – Community Services Supervisor Details: Stephen Eyre, Manager Casework OOHC Lakes/Wyong What is the organisation 's mission statement? ‘Achieving safety for children through skilful practice, shared management of risk and genuine relationships with family and community’ (Family and Community Services, 2014) The focus ascertains the protection from abuse and neglect for children and young people. The objective is directed at developing…

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    Community Service History

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    I will describe my personal history of community services by first introducing my services in middle school, and then diverging when I reach high school years. Most of my services began as aiding friends in their community services or as forms of tutoring, but more recently, I began to organize and hold various events, as well as volunteer at shelters and hospitals. In middle school (specifically 8th grade from around December to June), I tutored two classmates in math (Algebra I) for a few…

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    Community Service Paper

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    For my volunteer service, I chose the game day parking help for the Rosenbaum Family House. The Rosenbaum Family House is a “home away from home” for families facing a medical crisis. As someone who has spent a lot of time traveling to doctors over the years, I know first-hand it can not only be exhausting but pricey. They give a more affordable option to those without a checkout time, for as long at their family member is at the hospital. I chose this to give back to an organization helping…

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    A community is similar to a puzzle; without one of the pieces it is never flawless. Being a part of a community and participating in community service doesn’t only better us, but it helps the general public. When I signed up to volunteer at Sanford Health I wasn’t sure if I was truly helping anyone or even making a difference. Never did I think that the service I was providing would have such a positive outcome. Although I had originally thought that by volunteering I would be providing a simple…

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    These requirements included earning 21 different merit badges, plan and carryout a community service project, and hold a leadership role for a minimum of six months. The 21 merit badges are made of classes that include topics like citizenship in the world, first aide or medicine. The last two being the most influential in choosing a career field…

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    Community Service Proposal

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    There are a wide variety of community service options that benefit different communities in many ways. Working at the Good Samaritan Inn and Mercy Gardens was a service learning opportunity that benefitted a large amount of people. The Good Samaritan Inn is an organization that provides food to feed the hungry people of the Decatur area. The Good Samaritan Inn serves approximately 300 people every day of the week. Mercy Gardens is a non-profit organization that grows healthy, organic food that…

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    Houston Community Service

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    I performed my community service hours here at The Houston Food Bank located at Port wall which happens to be the Main Warehouse. Houston Food Bank is Houston's largest food donation foundation. The organization provides food & resources to the homeless and hungry across Southeast Texas. This is a great place to give back to the community, and our community always needs the help not only in time of natural disasters or holidays. I'm embarrassed to admit that I've never really volunteered. Well,…

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    Billy is a kid who always goes above and beyond. He is a “Straight A” student in school and is always spending ample amounts of time volunteering at the local homeless shelter. His hundreds of hours of community service he racked up in high school however are insignificant when applying to colleges, as every other teenager in the country applying to has the same amount of time volunteered. The vast majority of students in high school already do something outside of school whether it is…

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